Highlands Motor Inn
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... in doubt she'd choose the hilliest path at every T junction!
Near to our cottage we ventured down to Euroka clearing one morning to see some wild kangaroos only meters away hopping back and forth - mother and child and tried fruitlessly to spot some koalas.
Food highlights: home cooked spaghetti bolognese, choc chip mint, honeycomb and rum & raisin ice-cream in Glenbrook, Bahn Mi in the local Vietnamese bakery
... Some I have reached out to, desperate for guidance, advice, wisdom. They have listened to my ranting, anger, grief, patheticness and responded. Lifting me up, giving me hope, strengthening my resolve and never judging or critical of decisions I make. Just being there.
Those people I am eternally grateful to, I hope they know how much I love them.
Thanks for listening. I felt you all with me
3 Day Jenolan Caves Hill End, Blue Mountains, Mudgee, Hunter Valley Tour
About to leave on our tour. Unfortunately a little distracted by the Cyclone category 5 warning in the Cairns area. We are to head there next weekend, so lucky we are not there now.
Richard from Spirit Safaris picked us up at our hotel at 8am. We wove our way through the very busy streets of Sydney to head to ...
... with from the hostel. We also went on the steepest train ride in Australia. It's basically a really short train ride from the bottom on the mountains to the top and you can position your seat incline as well. I sat with the boys as being the thrill seeker, adrenaline junkie I am, I wanted my seat as far back as possible and so did the boys. It was seriously steep though, because as you are going up the mountain I honestly nearly fell out of ...
... as a deposit.
We had a few problems with our van and the owner came out from Sydney (most people here think nothing of driving the odd 100km) He asked where we stayed in Sydney, we said Miranda, a suburb where we caught the very pleasant and cheap train into the city each day. He was shocked at our choice. We understood why as we felt the same when we arrived. Miranda campsite said TRAILER TRASH. About half the site had permanent "caravans" on. The word caravan ...